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November 2007 What's new?

GI News Briefs

Keeping blood glucose in check all day In June GI News Prof Jennie Brand-Miller reminded us that breakfast is a...
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Foodwatch November 2007

Low GI Food of the Month

Mushrooms Mushrooms (which are fungi not veggies) have more going for them than you can imagine such as antioxidants (they...
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Food myths November 2007

Busting Food Myths with Nicole Senior

Eating late at night makes you fat In this day and age when everyone is busy, it’s difficult to live...
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Good carbs kitchen November 2007

Low GI Recipes of the Month

Our chef Kate Hemphill develops deliciously simple recipes for GI News that showcase seasonal ingredients and make it easy for...
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November 2007 Your stories

Your Success Stories

‘I have shared this website with my patients and the results have been amazing’ – family doctor from Canada ‘When...
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November 2007 Talking turkey

Move It & Lose It with Professor Trim

Breaking through weight loss plateaus Here’s something you won’t read about in the women’s magazines: Weight loss is not a...
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Dr David Ludwig Tips November 2007

Dr David’s Tips for Raising Healthy Kids

Children’s livers turning fatty While it's known being overweight is a big reason for the rising number of children with...
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November 2007 Reviews

Books, DVDs, Websites: What’s New?

Sue Shepherd’s new book: Gluten-free Cooking We decided show was better than tell for Gluten-free Cooking by Sue Shepherd. The...
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November 2007 Q&A

Feedback—Your FAQs Answered

Why is the GI of Frosties (55) lower than Kellogg’s Corn Flakes (77), Crunchy Nut Corn Flakes (72) and Skippy...
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GI values November 2007

GI Values Update

New values from SUGiRS Sour (tart) cherries Sour cherries may be good for more than just making pie, according to...
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Copyright November 2007

Making the Most of GI News

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Food for thought October 2007

Food for Thought

Kangaroo meat – lean, green, clean and good for your heart ‘Kangaroos are of particular importance to Australia’s conservation and...
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October 2007

GI News—October 2007

This month in ‘Food for Thought’, Prof Mike Archer serves up lean, green and good for your heart fare for...
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October 2007 What's new?

GI News Briefs

Giving kids diet foods and drinks may fuel obesity Research published in a recent issue of Obesity reports that a...
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Foodwatch October 2007

Low GI Food of the Month

Asian greens There are many reasons to tuck into Asian greens. To start with they are crunchy, delicious and nutritious....
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Food myths October 2007

Busting Food Myths

Carbs and protein shouldn’t be eaten together Popular nutritional myths exist about food combining – the theory that certain foods...
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Good carbs kitchen October 2007

Low GI Recipes of the Month

Our chef Kate Hemphill develops delicious recipes for GI News that showcase seasonal ingredients and make it easy for you...
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October 2007 Your stories

Your Success Stories

‘Tomorrow I am running a half marathon and the glycemic index helped get me there!’ – Tricia ‘I was so...
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October 2007 Talking turkey

Move It & Lose It with Professor Trim

Fighting colds with exercise Dr Garry Egger aka Prof Trim If you have diabetes and are more prone to colds...
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Dr David Ludwig Tips October 2007

Dr David’s Tips for Raising Healthy Kids

TV ground rules Of the many factors that contribute to excessive weight gain in kids, TV may be the most...
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